Ride To Remote: Towards Improving Nigeria’s Education System Amidst COVID-19
Ride to Remote: Towards Improving Nigeria’s Education System amidst COVID-19
“The policy document is the outcome of a whole range of findings we conducted, which are not limited to fake news, mental health challenges, self-development paths, etc. In addition, this policy brief was developed to support the effort of policy actors to build an equitable education system in Nigeria”. Abideen Olasupo, Executive Director, BBYDI.
BRAIN BUILDERS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (BBYDI) Launched a Policy Document on the Impact of COVID-19 on Nigeria’s Education System.
BBYDI is a youth-based non-governmental-organisation focused on community development, good governance, and youth entrepreneurship. The policy document is a product of research into the effects of Covid-19 on Nigeria’s education sector which was supported by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE).
“Educational institutions were among the most affected institutions during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic as education was truncated while laying bare the gap in access to digital technology, equitable education, work and employment opportunities for the young people”. Abideen Olasupo, Executive Director, BBYDI.